This week's poll: What is more of a choice, religious belief or sexual orientation?
On January 8, 2012 At 9:37 am
Responses : 15 Comments
During the GOP presidential debates, we have been hearing from various candidates about how they'd reinstate "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" in the military and work on a federal constitutional amendment that would ban same sex marriages.
For many Christians, sexual orientation is a moral issue based on individual choice –and a sinful choice that is destroying families and leading to the destruction of America. Some claim that homosexuality can be "cured" or even exorcised.
In this week's poll, we ask what is more of a choice — a person's sexual orientation or a person's religious beliefs.
We only left two answers and welcome comments relevant to the issue, particularly if you cannot decide which is more of a choice. Because of our spam filters, if it is your first time commenting, your comment will be held in the moderation queue. Once it's approved, your future comments will immediately publish so long as they comply with our terms that are briefly stated under the comment box.
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What is more of a choice, religion or sexual orientation?
- Religion. (99%, 271 Votes)
- Sexual orientation. (1%, 3 Votes)
Total Voters: 274